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  1. People are saying he has the best chances atm so he might get it
  2. So i heard several Radios reporting About it today so i guess it was a prefect thread for FOTP
  3. https://wgntv.com/2019/08/12/lgbtq-history-curriculum-will-now-be-taught-in-illinois-schools/ People already pressed at twitter, they can't accept that gays are winning.
  4. When LGBT activist Yelena Grigoryeva (pictured above) found her name on a hit list of a "gay-hunting" group, she did not appear to take the threat seriously. The group called itself "Pila", meaning "saw", after the series of Hollywood horror films of the same name, in which a serial killer plays games with his victims. Pila promised "very dangerous and cruel little gifts" to a number of Russia's gay activists. "That's just a threat," Grigoryeva wrote on Facebook early last month, posting a screen grab of the group's website on her page. "This is not how crimes are committed." On July 21, her body was found in bushes close to her home in Saint Petersburg, with at least eight stab wounds to her face and back. She was 41. "Many people would like to do in reality what Pila is threatening us with. The idea has emerged that killing people over their sexual orientation is not just normal, but noble." Russia's gays and lesbians are no strangers to violence, hate crimes and even homophobic murders. But a vigilante group seeking to turn violence against LGBT people into a game and encouraging Russians to hunt them down for sport plumbs new lows, campaigners say. Activists said the Pila website had been around for about a year, posting names and pictures of their targets and promising "awards" for attacks on them. Pila's website has only recently been blocked, as have its channels on the popular encrypted messaging app Telegram. But Pila has promised "to play until the end", despite the ban. Late last month, investigators arrested a man suspected of killing Grigoryeva, suggesting the attack was the result of a personal dispute. Then they said they had taken the wrong man and detained a new suspect. But the investigators made no mention of the homophobic threats against the activist, implying she was killed by a drinking companion. Separately, Russia's Anti-Extremism Centre said it could not conduct a probe into Pila because its website had been blocked. LGBT activists accuse authorities of refusing to properly investigate Grigoryeva's murder and the homophobic group. They say Pila may not be made up of cold-blooded killers, but that its main goal was to further terrorise Russia's beleaguered gay community. Even though Russia decriminalised homosexuality in 1993, it remains a deeply homophobic society. A rise in violence against gays has been seen since 2013, when Russia passed a law banning gay "propaganda" among minors. At a G20 summit in Japan in June, President Vladimir Putin insisted Russia respected gay rights, but also made fun of gender identity. "Transformers, trans... I don't even understand what this is," he said. In July, Russia opened an unprecedented criminal case accusing officials of negligence for allowing a gay couple to adopt two children. Activists say it should come as no surprise that groups like Pila did not fear punishment. "They enjoy a feeling of impunity," said Vitaly Bespalov, editor at a gay online portal and one of the targets. "They know they will face nothing for it." Source
  5. Rammstein guitarists Paul Landers and Richard Kruspe kissed onstage during the band's set at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium on Monday. The move, made in defiance of Russia's anti-LGBT laws, was celebrated by Rammstein in an Instagram post headlined "Russia, We Love You!". Russia's "gay propaganda" law was passed in 2003 by President Vladimir Putin. Its stated aim is to prevent children from being exposed to homosexuality by making it illegal to present any homosexual act as normal. Under the law, foreigners can be arrested and detained for up to 15 days, or fined up to 5,000 rubles, then deported. A week ago at the Stadion Śląski, Chorzów, in Poland, frontman Till Lindemann was ferried across the crowd in a rubber dinghy while waving a Pride flag in support of the Poland's LGBTQ community, who had faced violent attacks during Pride Month. Rammstein are currently touring to support their seventh, self-titled album. Last month the band announced a European stadium tour for 2020. They have since announced UK shows in Coventry and Cardiff. Tickets are on sale now. https://www.loudersound.com/news/rammstein-members-kiss-on-moscow-stage-in-defiance-of-russian-anti-lgbtq-laws https://www.instagram.com/rammsteinofficial/?utm_source=ig_embed
  6. Adult film stars Michael DelRay and Dante Colle trolled some antigay protesters at the Santa Monica Pier in Los Angeles, California. The men yell into a megaphone about damnation and hell or something at visitors of the bustling pier. One of them wears a "TRUST JESUS" t-shirt while the other hold signs that read "Where will you spend eternity?" and "Repent or perish."
  7. The Drag Race star – who appeared on the show’s second season – hit out at the Good Morning Britain host after he criticised American politician and activist, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, for a tweet she made in regards to Ivanka Trump. “It may be shocking to some, but being someone’s daughter actually isn’t a career qualification,” she wrote about the American businesswoman after she was pictured talking to Emmanuel Macron, Theresa May, Justin Trudeau and Christine Lagarde. Alexandria continued: “It hurts our diplomatic standing when the President phones it in & the world moves on. The US needs our President working the G20. Bringing a qualified diplomat couldn’t hurt either.” Piers quoted Alexandria’s tweet and shamed her for holding down a job before her days in politics, saying: “Could be worse… Ivanka could have been a bar-tender 18 months ago.” He really thought he was doing something, huh? In response, Pandora wrote: “Yet another rich white straight man trying to shame people making an honest living. I mean literally you’ve gotten rich from being an utter tool. Deluded asshat.” Because Piers loves a Twitter feud, he responded with one word, “racist”, which led to fragile white supremacists and Piers-fans spamming her on social media. “Every straight male that sees this will no longer help you out,” said one user. Pandora then hit back at the media personality: “I mean. I wish I could live in your privileged world where you feel you can legitimately say this,” to which he replied: “Abusive racist now plays the victim… comical.” After their Twitter spat calmed down, Pandora told fans that she ‘regrets’ some of the phrasing in her original tweet, but did so because people like Piers “anger me with their entitlement and privilege”. Throughout Alexandria’s political career, she has expressed support for defunding and abolishing the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and championed for free healthcare. She has also been a staunch supporter of LGBTQ rights. She helped raise money for UK-based charity for trans children, Mermaids, and once said of transgender rights: “It’s a no-brainer – trans rights are civil rights are human rights.” Alexandria is the politician we need and deserve right now, so we applaud Pandora. Listen to Kesha’s critically-acclaimed political anthem, Rich, White, Straight Men below. https://www.gaytimes.co.uk/culture/124110/drag-race-star-pandora-boxx-slams-piers-morgan-for-calling-her-racist/
  8. Let's go back in time. Once upon a time, Aaron Schock was the youngest person ever elected to the United States Congress, and the first to be born in the 1980s. In 2009, Congressman Schock was the darling of the religious right and was among the many Republican Congressman that opposed the push of the then-Democratic Majorities in both houses of Congress and of the Obama Administration to protect equal rights. Among his greatest hits include voting against amending federal hate crimes laws to include crimes where the victims were targeted on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity, gender and disability. He voted against the repeal of the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" in December 2010. Schock voted for House Amendment 1416, which Prohibits Use of Funds in Contravention of the Defense of Marriage Act, adopted 247 to 166 in the House July 19, 2012. In 2011, Schock appeared shirtless on the cover of Men's Health. A year later, during the Republican National Convention in Tampa, TMZ caught up with Schock to discuss the former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan's six-pack abs. Then, in 2012, he got in a bit of trouble. He came under federal investigation for allegedly using $40,000 of campaign funds to decorate his office to resemble Downton Abbey. Three years later, he got in more trouble: An ethics investigation was started into allegations that Schock misused funds to pay for private flights, new cars, concert tickets and other perks. He was also accused of letting a lobbying group pay to bring his personal photographer with him on an all-expenses-paid trip to India. (Under House rules, representatives can only accept private money for a companion's travel expenses if they're a staffer, spouse or child.) Finally, after his resignation, he was hauled before federal court on corruption charges—including mail fraud, filing false tax returns, submitting false reports to the FEC and misappropriating more than $100,000 in government funds. (Charges were dropped earlier this year after Schock reached an agreement with prosecutors.) Schock went off the grid after stepping down—reportedly traveling to Machu Picchu with his father—but he resurfaced in 2016, when he moved to the popular gay neighborhood of West Hollywood in L.A. Schock largely disappeared after that, until this April, when he was photographed at Coachella with his hunting buddy. It didn't get any better in May, when a sex tape of Congressman Schock doing very not-so heterosexual things began to circulate around the internet. And with this photo, backed up by his confirmed presence in Mexico City within that vicinity, the public outing of the Congressman, which has been happening for the better part of a decade is complete. It is noted that Schock has not expressed any change in his previously stated political views, and he even attempted to get back into politics in 2016 with the rise of Donald Trump, but such an attempt was derailed when it was learned that he now resides in West Hollywood, with more of his hunting buddies. On the bright side, it's good that he's finally accepted himself. Source
  9. President Donald Trump became the first Republican president to acknowledge the LGBT celebration of Pride Month on Friday, even as his administration works to undo and attack the civil rights of the LGBT community. “As we celebrate LGBT Pride Month and recognize the outstanding contributions LGBT people have made to our great Nation, let us also stand in solidarity with the many LGBT people who live in dozens of countries worldwide that punish, imprison, or even execute individuals on the basis of their sexual orientation,” he wrote in a series of tweets. “My Administration has launched a global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality and invite all nations to join us in this effort!” The tweet came exactly one week after Trump’s administration unveiled a proposal to rescind nondiscrimination protections for transgender people under the Affordable Care Act. Also last week, the administration finalized one rule allowing medical workers to refuse to treat trans people based on religious objections, while drafting another that would allow homeless shelters to turn away transgender individuals. During the presidential campaign, Trump presented himself as something of an LGBT ally. “Believe me, I am better for the gay community, I am better for women than [Clinton] will ever be on her best day,” he said in Raleigh, North Carolina, on July 5, 2016. “Ask yourself who is really the friend of women and the LGBT community, Donald Trump with actions or Hillary Clinton with her words?” he said in Manchester, New Hampshire, on June 13 of that same year. He also made history by becoming the first GOP presidential nominee to mention the LGBT community in his convention acceptance speech. Just last week, the president was selling $24 LGBTQ for Trump rainbow shirts to fundraise for his reelection. Presidents routinely use their executive powers to issue symbolic proclamations to mark days, weeks, or months they deem to be of national value. They can also release statements through the White House press office. But since he entered the Oval Office, Trump has been silent on Pride Month, not tweeting about it, nor issuing any official presidential proclamations or statements similar to what he had done for National Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Older Americans Month, and Great Outdoors Month, among others. (In 2017, BuzzFeed News asked every single day during Pride Month if Trump planned to acknowledge the month in some way.) That changed with his tweets Friday. “Been waiting all my life for a Republican to show this kind of leadership,” tweeted Gregory T. Angelo, former president of the Log Cabin Republicans, a prominent LGBT conservative group. “THANK YOU PRESIDENT TRUMP!” The group’s new leader, Jerri Ann Henry, told BuzzFeed News via email that she was “thrilled” to see Trump’s tweets, although she has been more critical of Trump than Angelo. “In his statement, the president mentioned his support of the many LGBTQ individuals around the world who are wrongfully persecuted for their sexual orientation,” she said. “We look forward to working with him to ensure the policies in this country are nondiscriminatory as well.” The White House had no comment when asked by BuzzFeed News on whether the president would follow his tweets with any official presidential proclamation. In 1999, president Bill Clinton became the first president to issue a proclamation marking June as Pride Month, as he marked the 30th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. (The 50th anniversary of the event, which kickstarted the LGBT rights movement, is this year.) Former president George W. Bush, an opponent of marriage equality, didn’t issue any pride statements or proclamations during his presidency. But former president Barack Obama began issuing such proclamations when he entered the White House. He also hosted receptions and lit up the White House with rainbow lights after same-sex marriage was legalized. Although Trump himself hasn’t before acknowledged Pride Month, others in his administration have done so. Just last year, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo issued a State Department statement wishing people a happy Pride, while White House senior adviser Ivanka Trump has also marked the month. Trump’s Friday tweets referenced his administration’s plans, first reported in February by NBC News, to launch a global campaign to end the criminalization of homosexuality. The day after that report, however, Trump appeared to have no knowledge of the plan when asked by reporters at the White House. After criticizing Trump for refusing to recognize Pride Month in years past, the Democratic National Committee on Friday remained skeptical of his commitment to LGBT rights: Last year, BuzzFeed News compiled an extensive list of the anti-LGBT actions Trump’s administration has taken. In addition to banning transgender people from the military, the Trump administration has said it is legal for companies to fire workers for being trans or for being gay. The administration has also argued to the Supreme Court that it is legal for shopkeepers to deny service to LGBT individuals if they have religious objections. Among other actions, the president has also retracted a proposal to count LGBT people in the census. In March, a Trump official told the Washington Blade, an LGBT newspaper, that the administration also opposed the Equality Act. The bill, which would amend the Civil Rights Act to prohibit discrimination against the LGBT community, passed the Democrat-controlled House this month, but is not likely to receive support from Republicans in the Senate or White House. https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/davidmack/trump-pride-month-tweet-anti-lgbt-record
  10. https://tvline.com/2019/05/13/arthur-mr-ratburn-gay-wedding-episode/
  11. The Royal Canadian Mint unveiled a commemorative loonie Tuesday to mark what it called a key milestone for lesbian, gay, transgender, queer and two-spirited people, with the government saying the coin symbolized progress while highlighting the work that still needs to be done to advance equality. Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau was amongst a number of dignitaries who gathered in Toronto to unveil the new one-dollar coin that pays tribute to Parliament's passing of legislation that "initiated the decriminalization of homosexuality in Canada" in 1969. The coin, which is now in circulation, combines the words "Equality-Egalite" with the work of Vancouver-based artist Joe Average. "For too long, people didn't listen. They didn't extend compassion or empathy or understanding," Morneau said. "Because of that, years ago, people made it a crime to love in Canada. We made being yourself a punishable offence." https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/loonie-lgbtq-1.5107077
  12. “A Republican politician in Ohio has proposed a change to child exploitation laws after a drag performance of a nine-year-old boy circulated on the internet. The video shows the child, who’s drag name is Miss Mae Hem, doing cartwheels, splits and a death drop. They are wearing a pink leotard. The child is collecting money from patrons in the four minute video. However, this has prompted state representative Tim Schaffer to expand the definition of child endangerment laws. This would prevent businesses with liquor licenses from holding performances in which a ‘child simulates sexual activity’. In a statement he blamed the video for showing a child performing ‘provocative sexually explicit dance routine’. Incorporating drag into child endangerment means people violating the law punished with up to six months in jail and a $1000 (€889.16) fine.“ Good.
  13. https://start.att.net/news/read/article/cnn-expope_benedict_xvi_breaks_silence_on_churchs_sex-cnn2/category/news+
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